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it can't be covering. gna did a ten part series on the jodi arias trial. come on. this a case that should have been covered but it wasn't because in part because of bias of the media. >> jon: an nbc political analyst and talk radio host said this. no sense of guilt is warranted. there is no cause or connection of coverage in this case and bias to the trial was being ignored the oblivion extended to both ends of spectrum and more attributable to grisly evidence. >> jon: does he have a point? >> he does but he also pointed out actually took kirsten powers and put her in the column and made the encloses bus dispatch and melinda pountd out in the "washington post" there had been no inspection in 17 years. the press did not pick up on that. >> jon: is it the fact that reporters generally seem to like abortion rights, their judgment is being clouded by the fact of this case? >> i don't think there is any question about it. there are two ways to be biased. in the way you cover a story and the way you don't cover the story. by not covering this and not showing us the pictures and not smuggling in
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